North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic

1712 West Frankford Suite #108
Carrollton, TX 75007

(972)323-1310

www.ntepc.com

Our Doctors 

 

Stacie Fowler, DVM

     Dr. Fowler is a 1995 graduate of Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine.  She has practiced in the Dallas area for 19 years.  Dr. Fowler has 15 years of experience in emergency and critical care medicine.  Her special interests include pediatrics, non-traditional species, radiation safety and emergency preparedness.  Dr. Fowler is also a certified pet loss and bereavement counselor.  Outside of work Dr. Fowler enjoys spending time with her husband,  2 daughters and son, volunteering with her church and the Denton County Health Emergency Alert Response Team, cooking, gardening, rescuing animals, rehabilitating wild animals and spending time outdoors.  She shares her home with 4 dogs, 4 cats, 2 miniature horses, 3 full-size horses, 1 parrot, 1 snake, 2 fish, 1 tortoise, chickens, 3 goats and usually at least 1 rescue or rehab visitor. 

     Organizations and Affiliations:  Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, American Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, Association of Avian Veterinarians, Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians, Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians, Dallas Veterinary Medical Association, Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement, Denton County Medical Reserve Corp Health Emergency Alert Response Team, Denton Humane Society, American Miniature Horse Association.

   

Paul Burnside, DVM - North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic  - Carrollton, TX 

Paul Burnside, DVM

     Dr. Burnside graduated from the University of Texas in Austin in 1996, and from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2000.  He completed a rotating small animal internship at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts in 2001, and then returned to the Dallas area.  He started working at North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic in the summer of that year and has worked for several years in various general veterinary practices.  He started working full-time for North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic in 2007.  His medical interests include surgery and endoscopy.

Outside of work, Dr. Burnside enjoys playing in the band RJV and Hell County Revival, as well as building and playing various musical instruments.  He also enjoys travel, scuba diving, and home repair.

     Organizations and Affiliations: Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, American Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical Association, Dallas Veterinary Medical Association.

 

Ladona Wyatt, DVM - North Texas Emergency Pet Clinic  - Carrollton, TX

Ladonna Wyatt, DVM

     Dr. Wyatt is a 2007 graduate of Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine. She has practiced in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for 5 years. Dr. Wyatt was previously a neonatal/pediatric critical care RN for 12 years before returning to school for her DVM and now enjoys taking care of "furry children". Her special interests include emergency/critical care medicine and non-traditional species. 

     Outside of work, Dr. Wyatt enjoys spending time with her husband, a Fort Worth police officer, and the "Wyatt Zoo", which includes greyhounds, a schnauzer (a.k.a. The Angry German), a chihuahua, cats, a bearded dragon and parrot. She enjoys amateur greyhound lure coursing, playing guitar, scuba diving, reading and spoiling her three grandchildren. 

     Organizations and Affiliations:  Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, American Veterinary Medical Association, Texas Veterinary Medical AssociationDallas Veterinary Medical Association.